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Growing Evidence Planetary Pressure Waves Trigger Earthquakes

A comprehensive 7 minutes video about planetary influences based on electromagnetic waves and radiation pressure, which is in line with what scientists have observed and measured shortly before larger earthquakes. Watch the video.

Earthquake Alarm

Impending earthquakes have been sending us warning signals — and people are starting to listen

Researchers in Taiwan monitored 144 earthquakes between 1997 and 1999, and they found that for those registering 6.0 and higher the electron content of the ionosphere changed significantly one to six days before the earthquakes.

[..] The connection between large earthquakes and electromagnetic phenomena in the ground and in the ionosphere is becoming increasingly solid. Researchers in many countries, including China, France, Greece, Italy, Japan, Taiwan, and the United States, are now contributing to the data by monitoring known earthquake zones. Read full article.

Earthquakes & Electromagnetic Waves

There appears to be a correlation between larger earthquakes - typically over 6 magnitude - and amplified electromagnetic waves in the Solar System.

This video explains in a simple way where these electromagnetic waves come from, when they are being amplified and how it also affects Earth's crust.

What is SSGI

The Solar System Geomtry Index (SSGI) is used as an indicator for possible larger seismic activity on Earth. Read the whole story and see examples of large earthquakes in recent history here.

New SSGI Model To Improve Earthquake Forecasting

A new model of the SSGI chart is introduced with version 5.0 of Solpage. Where some earthquakes in the past did not show critical planetary geometry, the new model is aimed at filling these gaps.

So far, the new model looks promising. It will be fine-tuned where necessary to achieve 85 to 90 percent accuracy with forecasting larger earthquakes.

Watch the demonstration video.

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updated 19 September 2019, 2:37 UTC

Activity in Hawaii seems to have decreased since the 17th. This could mark the end of the absence of M6+ earthquakes on the planet.

The situation with Earth's close proximity to the Mars-Neptune line remains critical and a lunar peak on the 17th could trigger larger seismic activity, especially on the 19th and 20th.

Check out our Twitter and Facebook posts with the latest updates and early warnings, possibly up to four hours before larger earthquakes.

update 14 September 2019, 14:48 UTC

Some claim that "earthquakes happen all the time", but that statement is way too general. There can be exceptional times without M6+ like in the last two weeks: no M6+ since Sep 1 and no M5.6+ since Sep 10. Often, such time frames are followed by large seismic activity.

See also the latest video updates.


Some mainstream media outlets present false information regarding Ditrianum's earthquake forecasts. They claim that according to our forecasts the gravitational pull of the planets causes larger earthquakes. This claim is false. From the beginning we have stated that the most likely cause is the electromagnetic force, which is a stronger force than gravity. In fact, the gravitational force is the weakest in the Universe and always dominated by the electromagnetic force.

Also, contrary to what is falsely being claimed, we are not part of any conspiracy theory group. We are not against anyone or anything. We provide information in an impartial manner about the seismic effects from specific planetary and lunar geometry.

M 6.8 Earthquake Southwest of Sumatra, Indonesia

last updated 8 August 2019, 8:10 UTC

On 2 August, 2019 a strong earthquake occurred Southwest of Sumatra, Indonesia. The tremor had an estimated moment magnitude 6.8 and it was the second strong tremor in 18 hours. A quake watch was in effect for August 2-3, but the seismic response to the critical lunar geometry on July 31 appeared to be stronger than anticipated.

M 6.8 Earthquake Offshore O'Higgins, Chile

last updated 8 August 2019, 8:03 UTC

A strong earthquake that measured 6.8 magnitude, occurred off the coast of O'Higgins, Chile on 1 August 2019 at 18:28 UTC. A quake watch was issued for August 2-3 for possible larger seismic activity, but the magnitude was clearly underestimated.

M 7.3 Earthquake Halmahera, Indonesia

last updated 31 July 2019, 15:08 UTC

On 14 July 2019 a major earthquake with estimated moment magnitude 7.3 rocked Halmahera, Indonesia. A major earthquake warning was issued on 7 July due to very critical planetary and lunar geometry from 8 to 11 July. While large seismic activity with at least mid 7 magnitude was initially anticipated to occur no later than 10-11 July, the typical seismic lull that usually occurs between the critical geometry and the seismic increase, lasted longer than the common 2-3 days, but within the observed maximum of 4-5 days, which does not happen very often.

M 6.9 Earthquake Molucca Sea

last updated 31 July 2019, 14:37 UTC

A strong earthquake occurred in the Molucca Sea on 7 July 2019 at 15:08 UTC. The tremor had an estimated moment magnitude 6.9 and followed on the major earthquake in Southern California a day earlier. A warning was issued on 5 July that large seismic activity could occur around the 6th, possibly high 6 to 7 magnitude due to critical lunar geometry peaking 20 on the 4th.

M 7.1 Earthquake Southern California

last updated 7 July 2019, 12:19 UTC

In Southern California, just North of the Garlock fault a magnitude 7.1 earthquake occurred on 6 July 2019 at 3:19 UTC. It was the largest earthquake to occur in California in 25 years. Two days earlier the same region just Northeast of Ridgecrest was rocked by a magnitude 6.4 earthquake. A warning was issued a day earlier that larger seismic activity, possibly high 6 to 7 magnitude, could occur around the 6th due to very critical lunar geometry that occurred on the 4th.

M 7.3 Earthquake Banda Sea

last updated 7 July 2019, 12:11 UTC

On 24 June 2019 a major earthquake occurred relatively deep (214 km) under the Banda Sea. The estimated moment magnitude is 7.2-7.3. A warning was issued on the 22nd that the time-frame from the 23rd to the 25th would be critical because of Earth's alignment with Venus and Jupiter.

M 7.2 Earthquake Kermadec Islands, New Zealand

last updated 7 July 2019, 12:02 UTC

A major earthquake with an estimated magnitude 7.2 occurred in the Kermadec Islands region on 15 June 2019 at 22:54 UTC. A major earthquake warning was issued on the 13th because of critical planetary geometry overlapping between the 14th and 18th whereby Earth was heavily involved. Strong earthquakes also occurred in Chile and Japan.

M 6.7 Earthquake Offshore El Salvador

last updated 30 May, 2019, 15:58 UTC

A magnitude 6.7 earthquake occurred offshore El Salvador on 30 May 2019 at 9:03 UTC at a depth of 65km. An earthquake warning was issued a day earlier specifically for the 30th because of the Mercury-Sun-Saturn alignment on the 28th while Earth and the Moon were influenced by the Mercury-Jupiter EM-resonance. In an earlier video a detailed analysis of the planetary and lunar geometry was given for 28-31 May because of the close proximity of the Mercury-Jupiter EM-resonance, Earth's alignment with the two planets on the 31st and two additional alignments involving Mercury.

M 8.0 Earthquake Northern Peru

last updated 30 May 2019, 15:44 UTC

A magnitude 8.0 earthquake occurred in Northern Peru on 26 May 2019 at 7:41 UTC at a depth of 112km. While the 26th was mentioned for a possible seismic increase because of two alignments with Mercury on the 24th and 25th, the lunar geometry involved was underestimated and the seismic response appeared to have been larger than anticipated.

M 7.5 Earthquake New Britain Region, P.N.G.

last updated 30 May 2019, 15:39 UTC

A magnitude 7.5 earthquake occurred in New Britain, P.N.G. on 14 May 2019 at 12:58 UTC at a depth of 10km. A day earlier anearthquake warning was issued for the 14th because of critical lunar geometry involving Mars and Jupiter.

M 7.2 Earthquake Eastern New Guinea, P.N.G.

last updated 30 May 2019, 15:34 UTC

A magnitude 7.2 earthquake occurred in Eastern New Guinea, P.N.G. on 6 May 2019 at 21:19 UTC at a depth of 141km. A quake watch for 6-7 May was issued because of Earth's alignment with Mars and Jupiter on the 5th.

M 6.9 Earthquake Sulawesi, Indonesia

last updated 30 May 2019, 15:22 UTC

A magnitude 6.9 earthquake occurred in Sulawesi, Indonesia on 12 April 2019 at 11:40 UTC. The earthquake struck very shallow at a depth of only 10km. An earthquake warning was issued for 10-12 April because of three planetary alignments on the 9th, 10th and 11th, one of which was Earth-Venus-Neptune. The planetary geometry was discussed in an earthquake warning video that was uploaded on April 9.

M 7.0 Earthquake Central Peru

last updated 1 March 2019, 11:13 UTC

A magnitude 7.0 earthquake occurred in Central Peru on 1 March 2019 at 8:50 UTC. With 257km the earthquake struck relatively deep. A quake watch was in effect on February 28 and March 1 because of critical lunar geometry on February 27 as discussed in the previous quake watch video.

A major earthquake warning was issued for the time-frame 18-21 February because of very critical planetary geometry that converged between 16 and 19 February, as discussed in the warning video.

M 7.7 Earthquake Peru-Ecuador border region

last updated 22 February 2019, 11:07 UTC

A major earthquake measuring 7.7 magnitude occurred in the Peru-Ecuador border region on 22 February 2019 at 10:17 UTC. It is the first magnitude 7 earthquake since 29 December 2018.

A major earthquake warning was issued for the time-frame 18-21 February because of very critical planetary geometry that converged between 16 and 19 February, as discussed in the warning video.

M 7.0 Earthquake Mindanao, Philippines

last updated 29 December 2018, 7:51 UTC

A magnitude 6.9 to 7.0 earthquake occurred in Mindanao, Philippines on 29 December 2018 at 3:39 UTC. It is the 5th larger earthquake in just over four weeks. A quake watch was issued on the 27th and 28th because of critical planetary and lunar geometry as depicted by the SSGI chart.

M 7.4 Earthquake Komandorskiye Ostrova Region

last updated 20 December 2018, 19:35 UTC

A major 7.4 magnitude earthquake struck in the Komandorskiye Ostrova region on 20 December 2018 at 17:01 UTC. The tremor happened very early in the warning time-frame.

It is the second major earthquake in this region within one-and-a-half year; on July 17, 2017 a magnitude 7.7 earthquake struck in the same region.

M 7.0 Earthquake Southern Alaska

last updated 20 December 2018, 09:13 UTC

A major earthquake measuring 7.0 on the moment magnitude scale rocked Southern Alaska on November 30th at 17:29 UTC. It is said to be one of the most violent earthquakes since the magnitude 9.2 of 1964. There were no reports of casualties but many roads and buildings were severely damaged.

An earthquake warning was issued on November 25 based on critical planetary geometry between the 27th and 29th.

M 6.8 Earthquake Ionian Sea

last updated 22 December 2018, 16:16 UTC

A strong 6.8 magnitude earthquake occurred in the Ionian Sea on 25 October 2018. It is one of the strongest tremors in the region since 1953 when a similar strong earthquake occurred.

Based on critical planetary geometry a warning was issued for 24 to 27 October.

M 6.6, 6.8 and 6.5 Earthquakes near Vancouver Island, Canada

updated 22 October 2018, 13:53 UTC

Three strong tremors occurred just off the coast of Vancouver Island in the morning of 22 October. The largest measured 6.8 magnitude at 06:16 UTC.

Although larger seismic activity occurs occasionally, on the Juan de Fuca plate, three consecutive tremors are a clear indication that stress is building non-stop along the North american West coast, including California where the last large earthquake occurred 29 years ago.

Of major concern is the Cascadia subduction zone where some forty earthquakes over 8 magnitude occurred in the past ten thousand years, which averages out to a big one every 240 years. The last time a mega-thrust earthquake ruptured the fault line off the coast of Oregon and Washington state was almost 319 years ago, on 27 January 1700, when Earth aligned with Mercury and Jupiter while Mercury also aligned with the Sun and Venus.

A warning video was uploaded on October 21 that the last week of October would be critical.

M 7.5 Earthquake Sulawesi, Indonesia triggers deadly tsunami

updated 22 December 2018, 16:04 UTC

On 28 September 2018 a deadly 7.5 magnitude earthquake occurred in Sulawesi, Indonesia. Surprisingly, the major tremor triggered quite a powerful tsunami that caused a lot of damage and many fatalities in nearby coastal regions.

An earthquake warning was given based on critical planetary geometry from the 21st to the 27th. Early in the month it was stated that the first and last week of September would be critical.

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Recent Earthquakes
M6+ by category:

M 6.0
19 September 2019, 7:32 UTC
Java, Indonesia

M 7.4
14 July 2019, 9:10 UTC
Halmahera, Indonesia

M 8.0
26 May 2018, 7:41 UTC

Earthquake Archive

2018   2017

Only 11 M7+ Earthquakes in 16 Months

From February 2017 to June 2018, only 11 magnitude 7+ earthquakes occurred according to the EMSC. While statistically this is much lower than the average of 20 days, how well did we forecast them? Download the pdf file in order to find out if we reached our goal of 80%!

Krakatau's Remarkable 45 Years Cycle

Since 1883 Krakatau has been remarkably regular with unusual or heightened activity. Historical data reveals a cycle of about 45 years and also half of that, about 22.5 years. In 2018-2019 we are at another cusp of 45 years.

Watch the video.

First M 7+ Earthquake in 175 Days

A major earthquake with magnitude 7.7 occurred in the Komandorskiye Ostrova Region on 17 July 2017. The powerful tremor occurred at 23:34 following a magnitude 6.2 in the same location earlier on the day. It is the first magnitude 7+ earthquake in 175 days. The previous one - a magnitude 7.9 - occurred on 22 January. On the 16th a forecast video was uploaded stating that a 6+ and possibly a 7+ magnitude earthquake was expected between the 16th and 18th of July.

M 5.8 Earthquake in Montana

A moderate to strong earthquake with magnitude 5.8 occurred in Montana on 6 July 2017 at 6:30 UTC. It is the first magnitude 5.6+ earthquake in the region since 1983. It follows a seismic increase that was observed in Yellowstone in June. Some notable signs of building pressure in the Northwestern part of the USA were observed on 26 and 27 June.

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